Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

One of today's imperative security measures is multi-factor authentication (MFA). By adding another time-sensitive step to the log in process, security is increased at least twofold. Enable MFA for Mac, Linux, and more with Directory-as-a-Service.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Free 2FA

As many search for the right two-factor authentication (2FA) option, some are asking if there’s a free 2FA solution available.

MAC MANAGEMENT

Two-factor Authentication for macOS

Two-factor authentication for macOS has been less of a focus than web app 2FA, but is still as essential, if not more so.

CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Definition of WiFi Authentication

Many people take WiFi for granted due to its ubiquity, and to access a network you need authentication. What is the definition of WiFi authentication?

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

SaaS MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication)

MFA is one of the most important steps to take when securing identity security. Now, SaaS MFA can make the whole process easy.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Cloud MFA (Multi Factor Authentication)

MFA is an added step to authenticate a user into a system or application. Adding Cloud MFA is one of the best steps you can take to secure your identities.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA)

Hosted MFA (Multi-factor Authentication)

Historically, most organizations only employed a single factor of authentication. Today, though the trend is moving towards hosted MFA. Why?

IDENTITY-AS-A-SERVICE (IDAAS)

Identity-as-a-Service function Linux MFA

Our IDaaS solution called Directory-as-a-Service® has built-in Linux MFA support. It also supports MFA for macOS and to our user / admin portals.

G SUITE

Go Beyond G Suite 2-Step Verification

The same Google Authenticator app that is used for G Suite 2-step verification can be used for system-level MFA when you leverage Directory-as-a-Service

MAC MANAGEMENT

Lock Down Your Device – Mac OS X MFA

MFA is one of the strongest methods to secure a person’s Mac device. Today's MFA options, however, are limited. Is there a better way to lock down your Mac?